I was credited on helping with both Camera and Sound on this wonderful Documentary.
“Judge Joe Webster – A Life of Calm Purpose” profiles the life of Howard U alumnus, the Honorable Joe L. Webster, Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Webster grew up in the African-American community of Goodwill, just outside Madison, NC. His father was a truck driver and tobacco farmer; his mother worked in a textile mill. In 1966, he was one of the first to integrate the Madison-Mayodan School District. After graduating at Howard University Law School, he returned home to become the first black attorney to practice law in Madison. He then practiced law in another small NC town, Pittsboro. The documentary concludes with the 20th anniversary celebration of his call to the ministry at the Goodwill Baptist Church.
-Bull City Doc Squad